Experts have criticised the Coalition policy to allow first home buyers to access their superannuation to buy property, warning it could cause price increases.
During the past four decades in which home ownership among Australians aged 25-34 has sunk, in Singapore it has climbed.
At a certain point in life, many wonder what's better: to pay off the home loan ASAP or top up your superannuation?
Allowing Australians to use their superannuation to buy a home would cause another “price explosion”, property economists have warned.
Older Australians allowed to draw on superannuation to fund property loans are being afforded an unfair advantage, a leading business academic says.
Superannuation is being made more flexible to meet the needs of the nation’s first home buyers and increasing numbers of Baby Boomer downsizers.
Speculation is mounting a boost to super could be scrapped, with the government switching focus to boosting homeownership.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has called on commercial landlords to “do the right thing” as Australia reels from the coronavirus pandemic.
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